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Graeme Langlands

Year inducted: 2017

True Blue number: 550

Born: 2 September, 1941, Wollongong, NSW

Clubs: St George Dragons

Position: Fullback, Centre

Premiership career: (1963-76) 227 games, 86 tries, 648 goals, 1,554 points

First Grade debut: St George Dragons vs Parramatta Eels at the SCG on 6 April, 1963

Representative honours: Australia 45 Tests (1963-75), NSW 33 Interstate Matches (1962-1975)

Other honours: Rugby League Immortal 1999, NRL Hall of Fame 2008, ARL Team of the Century 2008, NSW Team of the Century 2008, NSWRL Player of the Year 1971-72

When he joined St George from Wollongong in 1963, Graeme Langlands had an immediate impact. Within 12 months he had won the first of four premierships and established himself as a star for New South Wales and Australia. For the next thirteen seasons he was at the forefront of the game and an acknowledged superstar by both friends and opponents. The 1974 Third Test, when he captain-coached Australia to victory and became the first man to score over 100 points in Ashes football was a milestone for the game as much as himself.